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By Jesse Jennings

Here, in a single quantity, is a range of the middle and crucial writings through the world over well known student, mystic, and writer Ernest Holmes, supplying readers with a library of crucial principles within the spiritual psychology that Holmes defined.

The crucial Ernest Holmes includes choices from vintage works resembling This factor known as You, The technological know-how of Mind textbook, and Creative brain and Success-but additionally incorporated are marvelous passages from a few of Holmes's lesser-known works, resembling The Voice Celestial, in addition to a beneficiant sampling from articles and lectures.

The e-book beneficial properties remembrances of the liked sage and instructor from the works of his contemporaries; a chronology of Holmes's lifestyles and paintings; and an obtainable creation by means of editor Jesse Jennings that frames Holmes's physique of rules for all readers.

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By mind, we mean consciousness. We are now us­ ing it. We cannot locate mind in the body, for, while the body is a necessary vehicle for consciousness while we are here, it is not consciousness. We can­ not isolate mind. All we know about it is not what it is, but what it does; and the greatest philosopher who ever lived knows no more than this . . except that he may tell us more of how it works. Mind— the Thing, Spirit, Causation— is beyond, and yet not beyond, our grasp. Beyond, in that It is so big; within, in that wherever we grasp at It, we are It to the extent that we grasp It; but, since It is Infinite, we can never en­ compass It.

We walk by falling forward; water falls by its own weight; the planets are eternally falling through space; everything sustains itself in nature. The only reason man is limited is that he has not allowed the Divine within him to more completely express. Mans Divine Individuality compels Infinity to ap­ pear in his experience as duality because he has believed in duality. Prayer does something to the mind of the one praying. It does not do anything to God. The Eternal Gift is always made. The Gift of God is the Nature of God, the Eternal Givingness.

We find ourselves torn by confusion, by conflict, by affirmation and de­ nial, by emotion congested by fear, congealed by pride. We are afraid of the Universe in which we live, suspicious of people around us, uncertain of the sal­ vation of our own souls. All these things negatively react and cause physical disorders. Nature seems to await our comprehension of her and, since she is gov­ erned by immutable laws— the ignorance of which excuses no man from their effects— the bondage of humanity must be a result of our ignorance of the true nature of Reality.

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